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Hie OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Snaday Morning; Aagast 18, 1929
Events in the Social World and News of Varied Club Activities
To Be Attractive
PROFESSOR and Mrs. T, S.
Roberts will hold -open
house to members of the vis
iting Kiwanis folk Monday after,
noon and win entertain with a
muslcaie daring the tea hours for
the garden party which will be
held at the Ralph Cooley and F.
G. Deckebach hemes from 3 to 5
Each musical' group will last
about 20 minutes each, 'Lighter
operatic numbers are to bo play
ed by Prof. Roberta on tho organ.
The organ program will be varied
by solos sung by Mrs. W. J. Min
kiewitz accompanied by the organ
and piano, and by duo numbers
ghren by Mrs. Winifred Worrel,
official accompanist tor the Port
land Kiwanis, performing on. the
piano and Prof. Roberts on the
' Is Scotts -Mills
SCOTTS MILT.S At a pretty
home ceremony Thursday evening
at 6 o'clock, at the residence of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Rich. Miss T.a Verne Rich became
the bride of Hubert S. Dixon. The
rooms were decatd . with sum
mar flowers in VrMiiiktpev J
Afl5ennett of SVKWM"J the"
piffle ring service, 'Miss Veda
- Bennett of Silverton played the
wedding march. Al Beattle sang
before the service.
The br!4e was lovely in a wed
ding gown of white crepe, with
with full skirt and a vefl held in
Place with a wreath of orange
blossoms. She carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses and
sweet peas. Miss Beatrice Amund
son. who was maid of honor had
a becoming frock of blege crepe.
buu camea an arm bouquet of
asters and sweet peas. Jack Dix
on, brother of the groom acted a3
br-st man. Little Jean Dixon,
niece of the groom and Httle
Mildred Rich, niece of the bride
were flower girls.
After the ceremony a wedding
dinner was served to 3fi guesta.
Miss Corrine Moberg and Miss
Geraldine Fry aasieted in serving.
Mrs. Dixon is a graduate of the
Scotts Mills high school, also
from the U. f o., where she
studied music She has -been
teaching music, having classes in
Snvrton and Scotts Mills.
Mr. Dixon la the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Dixon of Battle
Ground, Washington, and ts as
sistant ca.hler at the State Bank
of Scotts Mills. -
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon went to
Yellowstone National park for
their honeymoon. They will re
turn September 1, when they will
be at home to their friends in
Those present at the wedding
were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dixon
and two sons. Don and Philo of
Battle Grounds, Washington. Mr
and Mrs. Albert Rcb. Mr. and
Mrs. MacEwell of Portland Mr
ad Mrs. Arthur Rich and two
daughters, Mildred and Lois. Mr.
and Mrs. Almond Rich and son.
Standly and daughter, Phyllis,
Mrs. Alylna Losinger. Mrs. Rank.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon, and
daughter, Jean and son. Walton,
. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Worden of Sil
verton. Miss Beatrice Amundson,
Miss Corrine Moberg, Miss Ger
aldine Fry, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Bennett and daughter, Miss Veda
Bennett and Al Beatie of Sfirer-
At Taylor's Grove
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown en
tertained with a picnic supper and
swim' at their summer cottage on.
the Santlam Friday night The
event proveda very happy affair.
Those motoring up to the San
tlam as the guests of Mr. anf
Mrs. Brown were Dr. and Mrs. C.
A. Dowma and family, Mr. and
Mrs. IL ft. White and rob James.
I'r. and Mrs. Knight Pearcy and
family, and Mr. Mrs, Edgar
Rowland and family.
SOUTH SILVERTON. Mrs. Ej
W. Jones of Seattle and Mrs. S.
J. Comstock of Silverton. were
guests at the home of Mrs. Jones'
cousin, Mrs. Edson Comstock. Ia
tte evening a reception was held
tor greet Mrs. Jones, and say fare
Vfll to both Mrs. S. J. Comstock.
who will accompany her niece
b-ck to Seattle, and Miss Miriam
7lvester who leaves Saturday for
th3 Hawaiian Islands where sho
vrill teach in a government high
Those present were the honor
masts, Mrs. Comstock. Mrs. Jones,
lilss Sylvester, also Mr. and Mrs.
t L. Coffey. Mae Cof fey Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Sylvester, Shirley Syl
vester, Mrs. Ida -Neuenbnrg, Mr.
and Mrs. Edson Comstock, and
- Mr .and Mrs. Bayard Findley
and family were guests at the
home of the parents of Mr. Find
lay, Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Findley,
fpr a few days, this week. They
were enroute to Centralia, Wash
ington, where Mr. Findley ha
pnrchased a sheep farm, and
where they will make their home.
: Mr. Findley graduated from the
( artment of .farm management
and husbandry In Oregon state
college In June of this year.
-Mm. Charles McNary was the
meat of honor for a luncheon
v given Friday at the Waverly Conn
tryelub by Mrs. Leslie Scott, Mrs
MNarr fa nrovne a vert non"la
western guest during her summer
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Beautiful Garden Party
Honors Mrs. Gowman
fllHE firarden tea which will be eiven in corrmliment to Mrs.
J. T, Harry Gowman. wife
or, is to be a most attractive event Among the social activi
ties of this, week honoring visiting Kiwanis folk.
Mrs. James Nicholson is
the arrangements for this affair which will be given in the
gardens of Ralph Cooley and F. Q. Deckebach between the
hours of 3 o'clock and 5 o'clock Monday. Serving with Mrs.
Nicholson have been Mrs. Van
Mrs. C. B. McCullough, Mrs.
J. T. Delaney Have
House Warming Party
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Delaney en
tertained members of the com
mercial department of the P. E. P.
company Friday night. The af
fair was lnthe natare of a
"house warming" celebrating the
opening of the new home which
Mr. and Mrs. Delaney have Just
established on North' Summer
A bouffet supper was served
early in the evening followed by
dancing and competltire stunts.
Those who made up the guest
list were: Mr. Oscar Blumberg,
Miss Verna Anderson, Miss Grace
Minton, Miss Helen Richardson,
Mi33 Betty Klempel, Miss Jennie
Best, Miss Eleanor Froman, Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Oridley, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Bradley and son Fran
cis, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sleforth,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Delaney, H. F.
Gray, A. C. Stolp, R. H. Corey and
J. R. Jahn.
V. C T. U. Picnic '
Is Tuesday Event
The Salem Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, will picnic at
the state fair grounds, Tuesday,
August 20, beginning at 10
o'clock with a lunch at noon.
Neighboring Unions have been In
vited to Join with Salem Union
for th eday and a good time is
Mrs. L. W. Blddle. will conduct
a community sing beginning
promptly at 1:30 p.m. Following
which Mrs. Charles A. Park will
give the bible lesson and lead the
devotions. Other numbers will
follow as visiting unions have
been Invited to. furnish some of
the programs for the .occasion.
The committee having charge
pf the arrangements are: Mrs.
Louisa Krajjpa. Mrs. Gertrude
Remington. Mrs... Charles Ffen
den. Mrs. Katie- White, and Mrs.
J. J. Nunn, who is director of
fairs and public gatherings. The.
committee will al30 hate the as
sistance of Mrs. Helen Prescott.
president of North Salem Un!on.
All are requested to bring
lunch with own table service, and
enps. The committee will furnish
the drink which will probably be
Iced tea. All members are priv
ileged to bring f lends.
JEFFERSON. Mary Louise
Fonlalne honored the birthday of
Miss Marlorfe Foulaine Wednes
day evening.' Games and music
formed the diversion of the eve
ning. At a late hour the guests
were served at small tables where
place cards were attached to dam
ty yellow baskets filled with can
dy. Eleanor Libby assisted the
hostess In serving. Present were
Eleanor Libby, . Olive Anderson,
Lorene Hart, Elizabeth Looney,
Mr. and Mrs. Foulaine, Miss Mar
Jorie Foulaine, Louise Foulaine,
Charles Hart, Jr., - David - Wied,
Gilbert Spragg. Leonard McCaw,
and William Smith, Jr.
Miss Anna Nowlen, of Detroit,
Michigan, is expected to arrive at
the home of Mrs. R. L. Farmer,
where she will be. a guest this
'Mrs.! Homer Smith has as her
house gaest for the next fortnight
Misa Maude Nelson, of Los. An
geles, California. "
of the present Kiwanis govern
general chairman in charge of
Weider, Mrs. Harry T. Love.
Harry Worth, Mrs. Harry W.
oCrain, Mrs. Herbert Stiff,
Mrs. George Vehrs, Mrs. W.
I. Needham, Mrs. Scott Page,
Mrs. Don Roberts, Mrs
Charles Knowland, and Mrs.
Those to form the receivinirj
line to greet the many guests
wno are expected for this after
noon are Mrs. Ralph Cooley, who
will Introduce to the line, Mrs.
T. Harry Gowman, of Seattle,
Mrs. Scott Page, Mrs. Claude
Barrick, and Mrs. Harold Jones
In the Cooley garden there will
be a three piece stringed orches
tra which will play on the porch
of the Cooley home.
The tea table will also be In
this garden. Here Mrs. Herbert
Stiff will preside. Those who pour
for the first hour from 3 o'clock
to 4 o'clock are Mrs. George Al
den, and Mrs. Norman Tully.
From 4 o'clock to 5 o'clock Mrs.
John Rand and Mrs. E. E. Bragg
will pour. Blue candles In silver
holders will race either aide of a
gorgeous bowl of salmon pink
giacuoll and blue lark spur as a
centerpiece for the tea table.
Girls who will assist with the
serving are Miss Esther Wood.
miss rnyuis Day, 'Mias Julia
Creech, Miss Yvonne Smith, Miss
Lois Cochran, and Miss Maxlne
The punch bowls wilt be in the
F. G. Deckebach garden. There
will be two and they will be pre
sided over by Miss Pauline Know
land. Miss Eva Mae Cochran. Miss
Frances Purvine, and Mrs.. Lenta
Baumgartner Coughell. .
There will also be a six piece
orcnestr& playing through the aft
ernoon in the Deckebach garden
and two fortune tellers will weild
their art for the amusement of the
MT.' ANGEL -Mrs. Paul Buch-
holx waa delightfully surprised
rueaaay evening by a surprise
snowerv The evening was spent in
playing "500" with Mrs. Paul
uucnoix receiving high score.
The honor guest receired many
beautiful gifts by which the fol
lowing guests will be long re
membered: Mesdames 0. J. Os
wald. George May, Jacob Bartnlk,
A. wacnter, Jos. D. Hauth, H. H.
Annen, P. N. Smith. Rudolph Eb
ner, Leo Barr, HeTlry Saalfeld, G.
D. Ebner, N. M. Lanby, E. Krae
mer. Joseph Stadler, P. Bucbholz,
Ed. Buchheit, J. T. Bauman, R. J.
Berning. Frank Hettwer, J. A.
Kaiser. Louis Schaecher. Ruebe-n
DeJardin. S. Beyer, John Pfaff,
Chris Schwenk, Frederick Wlrtz,
Jos. Bauer. E. Sprauer, Ignatz
Wachter. Emll Bochsler, Wm.
Hammer, W. S. Hattth. Harve
Smith, A. Schaffer, end A. A.
. Mrs. Lawrence McNary is the
house guest for over the weekend
of Senator and Mrs. Charles L.
McNary at the McNary country
nofflon the river road.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Colony and
Mrs. Colony's s!3ter, Mrs. Thomas,
who Is visiting in Salem from Ne
braska, motored to Brightenbnsh
Springs to spend the week and.
Mrs. J. H. West, Mrs. Mildred
Branin, Miss Claudine West, and
Judson West, Jr returned Fri
day evening from. Rockaway
where they had been vacationing-
for several days. 1
Phone 500 OLIVB
Today We Present
fc. Mrs. C. C. AJler who will preside at th$ Tttes- j$
J day luncheon at ths Marion hotel, given in compli
" ment to visiting Kiwanis women.
-T - Miss Naomi Taylor, tcho tcUl sail this week for '
Honolulu where she will teach this year. 3F
Mrs. Edgar Rowland, a very active member of i
the legion auxiliary convention reception group. ?
Mrs. T. Barry Gowman, wife of the Kiwanis
governor, who comes o Salem today as a guest
from Seattle to attend the Kiwanis convention.
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Daughter's o Begin
Another organization to start
the round tof fall and winter
meetings Is the Daughters of
Union Veterans. They will hold
the first meeting for them since
July 12 this Friday night at the
All members are arged to be
present for th first fall meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Holt and
wee daughter Patsy, returned
from Newport Friday evening, af
tes having spent a week there and
at etlfer Oregon beaches Including
Taft, Neskowln, Rockaway, and
Miss . Elisabeth Lord, Miss
Edith Schryver. Miss Mable Rob
ertson and Mrs. Alice Dodd are
spending the week end at Wald
port. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Mills and
family. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pen
nington, and Miss Beryl Holt re
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turned Thursday from Taft where
they had been spending several
days as the guests of Mrs. Helen
Winters at her beach cottage.
Ml CLASS FILMS
The Elsinore management an
nounces a group of stellar pro
ductions just booked for that
playhouse, and to continue Into
greater movie season.
Following "The Coeoanuts'
will come "The Last of Mrs. Che
ney," starring .Norma Shearer.
Euth Chatterton In her all.
talkie dramatic hit, "Charming
Sinners" will follow, -while Con
rad Nagel In another all-talkie
The Idle Rich" is coming. '
The Idla , Rich" , was" hdapted
from that famous stage p!ay
"White Collars," Hste das one of
the most successful produced.
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Bridge at Elk's Temple
BETWEEN the hours cu 2 and 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
at the Elk's temple the most elaborate bridee teas of the
summer months will be given
Kiwanis women folk. Mrs.
charge of the arrangements for
mose wno will stand in line to receive the guests are
Mrs. Ralph Cooley, wife of the Salem Kiwanis president.
Mrs. Scott Page, local reception committM rh
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vention, Mrs. John Rand, Mrs.
The committee on airanjre-
ments for the tea is Mrs. L. O
Clements. Mrs. L. E. Barrick.
Mrs. George King, Mrs. Tom
Windishar, and Mrs. E. C.
The committee who are ar
ranging the decorations for
me car a rooms are Mrs. Karl
Becke. Mrs. Sheldon Sactett.
Mrs. George Doerfler, Mrs. Willis
Clarke. Mrs. Douglas McKay,
Mrs. David Wright, and Mrs.
Tea will be served between 4
o'clock and 5 o'clock. Music, both
vocal and instrumental, will be
presented during the tea hour.
Those who will pour are Mrs. T.
Harry Gowman. Seattle. Mrs.
Harold Jones. Portland. Mrs.
Claude Barrick. Tillamook, and
Mrs. Ralph Cooley.-
There will be a ctoud of the
younger set who will aid in serv
ing. Among those who will serve
are MI33 Gertrude Oehler. Mi
Dorothy Bosshardt. Miss Claudia
Buntin, Miss Frances Laws. Miss
Gretchen Thielsen. Miss Lola Dale
Pickens, Miss Eloise Wright, Miss
Edith Findley, Miss Pauline Find
ley, Miss Henrietta Bishop, Miss
Elisabeth Clement. Miss Marion
QTJelL Miss Reta Pattofl. Miss
VVllma Hollia Wirtl. Miss Dnsmn
Tully, Miss Lois Cochran and Miss
Eva Mae Cochran.
Miss Willetta Welch
Married in East
Of Interest to manv Kalm fMV
will be the announcement of the
marriage of Miss Willetta Welch
daughter of Mrs. Gertrude- K. Mey
ers, to Lt. Dwight L. Mulkey. son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A Mulkey. "Aug
nat 3. The marriage took place In
Sesquehanna, Pennsylvania, at the
aome or Mr. and Mrs. Henry Per
rlne. Rev. J. C. Fields nt tho to,
byterian church of Sesquehanna,
oniciatin . They were attended by
ms Louise Perrlne, and Lt
Charles Leeds of Forth xf.-T.
month. Mr. Perrin and L,t. Mul-
aey were cadets together In West
The bride wore a flowered chif
fon, and carried a shower bou
quet of red roses.
Both Lt.-and Mrs. Mulkey were
Salem high school graduates. Mrs.
Mulkey graduated from Oregon
State college In 1927. She Is a
member of the Alpha Delta Pi
and Omicron Nn sororities. Lt.
Mulkey graduated from West
After a brief honeymoon spent
In touring through the eastern
states, Lt and Mrs. Mulkey will
d at home at Fort Monmouth,
New Jersey, where Lt Mulkey is
Prof, and Mrs. Morten Peeire
turned to Salem Friday night af
ter havinr be nrone for over a
year. Part of the time Prof and
Mrs. Peck have been In the east
where Prof Peck" has been doing
research work in plant life. The
latter part of the year has been
spent in Europe traveling and
Wr. and Mrs. W. S. Chlene, of
Marshtield, Oregon, are expected
to arrive at the J. T. Delaney
home to be guests during the Ki
in compliment to the visiting
David Bennerr Hill Ima hA
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Sam Kozer, and Mrs. C. A.
Nebraska picnic, state fair-
grounds. All folk from Ne-
War Mothers' picnic, Cham-
poeg park, afternoon. AH
state units are InTited as well'
as the public.
Past Noble Grands associ-
ation of Salem Rebekab.
lodge, annual picnic at Tay-
lor's grove Sunday. Families
are Invited. .
Daughter's of Veterans.
Woman's clubhouse, 7:30
Mrs. Leon Hyer
Triple S Club Hostess
Mrs. Leon Hyer was hostess to
members-X)f the Triple S club Fri
day afternoon. Bridge was In play
during the afternoon. Honors
won by Mrs. I. B. Thomas. Fol
lowing cards Mrs. Hyer was assist
ed by Mrs. C. E. Tyndal In serv
The guest rooms were artist
ically decorated with bowls and
baskets of sweet peas and nas
turtiums. The guest list Included Mrs. I.
B. Thomas, Mrs. Elmer Lewis,
Mrs. C. E. Tyndal. Mrs Chester
Barbeau. and Mrs. Leon Hyer.
Mrs. Elmer Lewis will be the
hostess for the club afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. George
are guests at the home of the
parents of Mrs. George. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Clark on Rummer
street Mr. and Mrs. George are
enonte to .Stanford where Mr.
George is high Bchooi principal.
Two Wonder ml
U MRS. N. DIVETT
This teaching given is absolutely non-sectarian.
Learn to know thyself . Universal appeal
to help humanity, '
Awake from your slumbers, the rock cen
ter on which humanity stands.
I hold private interviews at Engle Court, Apt. No. 9,
Capital SU from 10:30 a. m. to 8:30 p m except Aug.
20-21, 1 will be at Nelson Bldg, 9 :30 a. m. to 5 :30 p. m.
Nelson Bldg, Cor. Liberty and Chemeketa Streets
, lginning Aug. 20-21 at 8 p. m.
Garden Tea is
ISS Elizabeth Lord and Mi?s
Edith Schryver entertained
In henor of Miss Alice
Brown, a bouse guest of Miss Sal
ly Bush, from Wcslfield. Mass
achusetts, with a loTely colorful
garden tea In the Lord gardens
Tea was served In the arbor.
Th table was centered with a
unique bowl of summer flowers in
unusual arrangement. Mrs. Br O.
Schucklng. Miss Elizabeth Put
nam, and Miss Mable Robertson
presided at tho tea urns and cut
ices. Miss Sarah Lansing, and
Miss Genevieve Junk assisted in
The guest list Included, Mr?.
Clareace W. Keene and Mrs. Keith
Powell of Silverton ; Mrs, Brarier
C. Small, Mrs. Monro Gilbert.
Mrs. John H. McNary.Miss Bea
trico Walton, Mrs. Jlenry V..
Meyers. Mrs. Clifford Ilrnwn. Mrs.
Lonis H. TarBley, Mr?.1 Karl StH
wer, Mr3. William H. Bughartft.
Jr., Mrs. L. H. McMihan, MiF3
Winifred Dyrd. Mr?. Ch-,tfr M.
Cor. Miss Elizabeth Putnar", Mrs.
M. E. V. Howe. Mrs. Paul B. Wal
lace. Mrs. B. O. Schucklns.
Genevieve JuEfc, Mis Mbel Rob
ertson, Miss Sarah Lansing. Miss
Mary Schultz. Mr-.. Ray nilbe-r.
Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Jr.. and Mrs. F.
M. Jordan of Seattle, Wash!
Art ExKibit Planned
Elmer Your.g, whose home has
been in Salem for many years,
but who has been teaching the
art department of the University
of Michigan for the past time
years fallowing his graduation
from Chicago Art Institute, has
been spending part of his summer
Just at present he is fn Alaska
where he has been spending some
time studying life there. He will
return to Salem before September
1, and durlnp the first week in
September will exhibit a group of
his own paintings at the Monroe
The work of thia young artist U
both in water colors and In oil.
He also does especially Interest
ing work In portraiturlzatlon. He
has been a regular exhibitor at tho
Oregon state fair each year. The
group of canvasses to be shown
in the Gilbert studio will be of ex
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mackenzie
from Seattbj were recent guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
S. Mackenzie. They have now re
turned to Seattle and have taken
with them their little daughter,
Doris, who has been a guest at
the T. S. Mackenzie home for the
past five weeks.
I 440 State St
If a. rru to 8 p. m.
Gray Belle now tinder